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I have a couple of applications running on an Ethereum Blockchain hosted on a VM. For some reason, every now and then, I find my VM rebooted... so my blockchain is turned off...

There's no problem in restarting the chain again, but since the Blockchain is not halted carefully, I end up losing all transactions.

Is there something that I can do to address this issue? Periodically, I try to switch off / on the chain to minimise potential damage.

I am running Geth/PoA on a windows box.

  • What makes you think it's an issue with Geth? If the whole VM gets rebooted, it sounds like a VM issue. – Lauri Peltonen Feb 15 at 19:58
  • i never said its a problem with geth. i am aware that its a vm issue. but as i have already said: "since the Blockchain is not halted carefully, I end up losing all transactions." how can i avoid losing all transactions in the case of such a vm reboot? – DottoreM Feb 16 at 20:24

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